Brown Creeper at Jug Bay Wetlands Center

I wasn’t sure where to go today, until I remembered Jug Bay opens early on Fridays. I thought the winter birds would have started arriving in larger numbers by now, but I was wrong. Still, I found a few nice birds and the light was good.
I’ll go back in a couple of weeks and see if things improve.

Red Bellied Woodpecker

Red Bellied Woodpeckers were seen in several places.

Pileated Woodpecker

I found this Pileated Woodpecker at Quiet Waters yesterday.

Great Blue Heron

Great Blue Herons are a little harder to find in the Fall.

Golden Crowned Kinglet

I was lucky to get a shot of this fast moving Golden Crowned Kinglet

Northern Flicker

Northern Flickers are easier to find now.

Downy Woodpecker

Downy Woodpecker

Downy Woodpeckers are very entertaining as they forage in the branches.

Northern Cardinal

This Northern Cardinal posed in a colorful place.

Brown Creeper

I don’t often get decent light for a Brown Creeper.

Bald Eagle

I saw two immature Bald Eagles this morning.

American Coot

American Coot

This American Coot was foraging by himself.

Yellow Bellied Sapsucker

This Yellow Bellied Sapsucker was the first bird I saw this morning.

Tundra Swan

Tundra Swans are just arriving in our area.

Red Tailed Hawk

Red Tailed Hawk

Red Tailed Hawk

Red Tailed Hawk

This Red Tailed Hawk was looking for a meal in the marsh.

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